Posts Tagged ‘Dyckman Farmhouse’

08/06/16: Up Theater Company Presents Our Town @ The Dyckman Farmhouse

08/06/16: Up Theater Company Presents Our Town @ The Dyckman Farmhouse

UP Theater Company, in cooperation with The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Alliance, presents a staged reading of “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder. Adapted by James Bosley and directed by Jacki Goldhammer. Saturday, August 6 @ 3:00pm Dyckman Farmhouse Garden 4881 Broadway (@ 204), NY, NY 10034 UP being UP, unos pocos twists have been added–don’t worry, […]


The Essential Guide to Washington Heights | am New York

The Essential Guide to Washington Heights | am New York

By Danielle Valente Real estate prices aren’t the only thing booming in uptown Manhattan right now — so is the Washington Heights art scene. From independent shops to non-profit organizations, the area is bursting with civic-minded creative types. “There are a lot of really engaged people up here — as there should be in any […]


Uptown Video: My Washington Heights – A Guided Tour

Uptown Video: My Washington Heights - A Guided Tour

The good folks at Brick Underground TV take you on a guided tour of Washington Heights with lifelong Washington Heights resident Dennis Golin as the funny and knowledgeable tour guide. From the United Palace, to the Cloisters, to the Shabazz Center and many places in between, the video does a stand up job of properly […]


Two Reasons to Visit Inwood: Dyckman Farmhouse Museum and Darling Coffee | NY Times

Two Reasons to Visit Inwood: Dyckman Farmhouse Museum and Darling Coffee | NY Times

By JULIE BESONEN The confluence of the Harlem and Hudson Rivers shapes a pocket of land at the northernmost tip of Manhattan, a portal to the island’s oldest forest once roamed by Native Americans. In the 1600s, warring Lenapes and Mohawks and a smallpox epidemic cleared the way for a Dutch settler, Jan Dyckman. He […]


1916: Illustrated Inwood | My Inwood

1916: Illustrated Inwood | My Inwood

By Cole Thompson In 1916 popular newspaper illustrator Herb Roth visited the Inwood region.  While there he sketched the Dyckman farmhouse and other familiar landmarks. Below are the sketches from Roth’s visit as well as the accompanying text. The Pittsburgh Press The Sunday Illustrated Magazine July 2, 1916 Manhattan As It WAS—and Still IS “How […]


11 Foods You’re Missing Out On In Washington Heights And Inwood | BuzzFeed

11 Foods You're Missing Out On In Washington Heights And Inwood | BuzzFeed

There’s no shortage of tacos or tamales in New York, but when’s the last time you had a heaping plate of mangu or a slice of bizcocho Dominicano? For a full self-guided food and historical tour of Washington Heights and Inwood, click here. 1. Dominican Sushi from MamaSushi myri_liz / Via instagram.com MamaSushi stuffs their […]


Edible Manhattan: A Self-Guided Dominican Food Tour of Washington Heights & Inwood

Edible Manhattan: A Self-Guided Dominican Food Tour of Washington Heights & Inwood

This article was originally published in Edible Manhattan. By Marissa Finn There’s no shortage of tacos or tamales here in New York, but when’s the last time you had a heaping plate of mangu or a slice of bizcocho Dominicano? By combining Spanish, African and Middle Eastern influences with the foods of the island’s indigenous […]


Forgotten NY Takes a Tour Through Inwood on Saturday, August 11th

Forgotten NY Takes a Tour Through Inwood on Saturday, August 11th

Meet at Dyckman/200th St station, A train, corner of Riverside Drive and Broadway. See the Dyckman Farmhouse, the Seaman Estate Arch, and historic Inwood Hill Park and its rich Native American and colonial history in this tour through Inwood and Inwood Hill Park. There‘s also Manhattan‘s only old-growth forest and spectacular views of the Henry […]


LOOKING AHEAD: THE UC'S LIST OF THINGS TO DO

PROBUS FASHION NIGHT OUT Friday, September 10th Starts at 4PM – Probus 714 W. 181st St. PROBUS invites you to come and preview their New Fall 2010 Collection from brands like Timberland Boot Company, Android Homme, G-Star Raw, Diesel and so much more. Also, in Light of Fashion Night Out they will be offering everything In-Store and Online […]


THE NAME IS DYCKMAN…

BY Carolina Pichardo With a history that dates back since the 1660, when the northern part of Manhattan was quickly expanding, the Dyckman name is well-known and popular among Uptownies.  It’s the crossroad between the Hudson River and Harlem River. There’s even a city museum—Dyckman Farmhouse—that’s the oldest and only remaining farmhouse in all of […]

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